This paper aims at the analysis and design of a new DC-DC multi output boost (MOB) converter using which the output can be shared between different loads. Several single output power supplies can be replaced by this configuration. The duty ratio of the three pulses is varied accordingly to the key pressed in the keypad. The pulses are wirelessly transmitted and its range is found to be depended on antenna height. This paper deals with the family of single inductor multi output DC-DC converter. The drawback of conventional transformer based multi output DC-DC converters such as high cost and large volume is avoided using a single inductor boost type dual output DC-DC converter using wireless control. Â© 2014 IEEE.
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R. Prem, Manmadhan, S., and V. S. Kirthika Devi, “Wireless control of DC-DC converter”, in 2014 Power and Energy Systems Conference: Towards Sustainable Energy, PESTSE 2014, Bangalore, 2014.